disappointment

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISAPPOINTMENT

"He must have stolen it," muttered Halbert, looking after Robert with disappointment and chagrin.

I accosted him, when, to my chagrin and disappointment, he was a white man.

She would say nothing now—would let him see no sign of disappointment in her!

Strange to see him struggle with his disappointment like a grieving child!

He was still a young man, but he was worn out with disappointment.

"You'd better save yourself a disappointment," said Linda soberly.

The boy had always been something other than he had expected—a disappointment.

Out of all this disappointment would come her ultimate happiness.

"I'll see it in London," she had said bravely, trying to conceal her disappointment.

Belinda assured her that she felt no mortification from the disappointment.

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